22 Mar 2008 07:40:02
StinkFist
Fraudulent Pool Giveaway

This one probably wouldn't have revealed itself if not for an untimely
accidental death. It bears telling though as it reveals alot about
this loser.

If you recall, Larry allegedly "gave away" prizes from his
website...the biggie being a pool table worth thousands of dollars.
The person who allegedly "wom" the pool table was Eric Paulette of
Waynesville, MO.

Here is the link announcing "Eric Paulette" as the winner:

http://www.poolchat.net/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?mode=viewtopic&to...

Strangely, an "Eric Paulette" is also mentioned by Larry in another
seemingly minor post on poolchat as someone who Larry beat in some
fictional "artistic" tournament on his way into his fantasy "Hall of
Fame". Here is the link to that post (it's long and dull but you'll
find the name, don't worry):

http://www.poolchat.net/modules/sections/index.php?op=viewarticle&art...

Fast forward to November 2006. Eric Paulette, 23 year old, of
Waynesville, MO, dies in a tragic car accident. Here is the link to
the story of the accident from KRCG.com:

http://www.krcg.com/news/news_story.aspx?id=68043

Now, one would think, wow, what a coincidence that the same guy who
"won" Larry's table AND a guy the Larry supposedly beat in some
fictional trick shot tourney would die...plus, he was only 23 years
old. The competition was in 2000 supposedly, which means Eric was
only 17 of 18 years old.

Now, look at the obituary for "Eric Paulette" from the Gainesville
Times...

https://www.legacy.com/GainesvilleTimes/Obituaries.asp?Page=ObitFinde...

You'll see you have to "order" the obit, but if you simply do a google
search for "Larry Grindinger", the 7th entry on the 2nd page of hits
lists a partial of the obit...who is listed as the "maternal
grandparents" of "Eric Paulette"? Larry and Sarah Grindinger of
Lawrenceville GA.

So, Larry has been using his grandson's name as players he's beaten
AND the alleged winner of a table for $10,000 he allegedly gave away
on his site. This fact would've never revealed itself if not for the
untimely and tragic death of Mr. Paulette.

This should eliminate ANY doubt of Larry's sickness and pathological
lying.

Some of the links above won't take you directly to poolchat since
Larry has "closed" it to new "members. Since I am an active member,
here are the copy/pastes of the posts I mentioned above:
==========================================================
"The people I played in world and North American events during this
period and in competitions at the BCA trade shows were from 1995 to
2000 Brian Malloux, Tom Rossman, George Middleditch, Paul Gerni, Mike
Massey, Eric Paulette, Sang Lee, Jimmy Caras, Brandon Rumiser, Earl
Stricklin, JoAnn Mason Parker, Steve Allen, Willie Smith, Steve
Lillis, Charlie Darling, Ken Aylesworth, Steve Geller, Jim Oliver,
Bogdan Wolkowski of Poland, Yoshi Kimura of Japan, Sebastian Giumelli
of Argentina. 6 of the above players now hold world titles. 13 of the
above I have defeated in a competition."
============================================================
This is just the first shipment, there will be others over the next
few days and they will post as well:
Shipment made today all via Parcel Post.
Ned in Calif, your two DVD's
Laura in DC, your chalk and 3 tips
David Zoft, your rack and other accessories
Pat in Chi, your tips.
Andy in Fenton, Mi was sent his new set of super pro aramith balls
Jeff M in Michigan you got your 3x6, 3 cues and accessories
LS IN dc, you got your 24 house cues, your case of quick clean, your
case of lepros
Song Joh, Buffalo, NY, you got your stealth with the talisman, and
your case, plus DVD's.

Pool table for the grand finale ships to Eric Paulette, P >O> Box 4417,
Waynesville, Missouri, 65583
===================================================================

Also, here's some of the google data mentioned above:

http://www.krcg.com/news/news_story.aspx?id=68043

"The Missouri State Highway Patrol says a Waynesville man is dead
after he ran off the road in Pulaski County late Monday night.

Eric Paulette, 23, was traveling on Route P just west of Waynesville
when he lost control of his vehicle, ran off the right side of the
road, struck an embankment and overturned several times.

Paulette was ejected and thrown about 100 feet.

He was pronounced dead at the scene. He was not wearing a seatbelt."

=======================================================================
Eric Paulette, survived by...both of Gainesville; paternal
grandparents, Roland and Beverly Rumiser, Gainesville; maternal
grandparents, Sarah and Larry Grindinger, Lawrenceville; GA...

Here is also Sarah Grindinger commenting on the message board of the
Rumiser family, Eric Paulette's parents and grandparents (do a google
search of "sarah grindinger" and you'll see the text and link):

"In those moments, we know you are with us, but it may be a while
before we can sense your comfort and care. Sarah Grindinger
(Lawrenceville, GA) ... "


31 Mar 2008 15:12:31
StinkFist
Re: Fraudulent Pool Giveaway

On Mar 22, 9:40 am, StinkFist <BHasselb...@gmail.com > wrote:
> This one probably wouldn't have revealed itself if not for an untimely
> accidental death. It bears telling though as it reveals alot about
> this loser.
>
> If you recall, Larry allegedly "gave away" prizes from his
> website...the biggie being a pool table worth thousands of dollars.
> The person who allegedly "wom" the pool table was Eric Paulette of
> Waynesville, MO.
>
> Here is the link announcing "Eric Paulette" as the winner:
>
> http://www.poolchat.net/modules/newbb/viewtopic.php?mode=viewtopic&to...
>
> Strangely, an "Eric Paulette" is also mentioned by Larry in another
> seemingly minor post on poolchat as someone who Larry beat in some
> fictional "artistic" tournament on his way into his fantasy "Hall of
> Fame". Here is the link to that post (it's long and dull but you'll
> find the name, don't worry):
>
> http://www.poolchat.net/modules/sections/index.php?op=viewarticle&art...
>
> Fast forward to November 2006. Eric Paulette, 23 year old, of
> Waynesville, MO, dies in a tragic car accident. Here is the link to
> the story of the accident from KRCG.com:
>
> http://www.krcg.com/news/news_story.aspx?id=68043
>
> Now, one would think, wow, what a coincidence that the same guy who
> "won" Larry's table AND a guy the Larry supposedly beat in some
> fictional trick shot tourney would die...plus, he was only 23 years
> old. The competition was in 2000 supposedly, which means Eric was
> only 17 of 18 years old.
>
> Now, look at the obituary for "Eric Paulette" from the Gainesville
> Times...
>
> https://www.legacy.com/GainesvilleTimes/Obituaries.asp?Page=ObitFinde...
>
> You'll see you have to "order" the obit, but if you simply do a google
> search for "Larry Grindinger", the 7th entry on the 2nd page of hits
> lists a partial of the obit...who is listed as the "maternal
> grandparents" of "Eric Paulette"? Larry and Sarah Grindinger of
> Lawrenceville GA.
>
> So, Larry has been using his grandson's name as players he's beaten
> AND the alleged winner of a table for $10,000 he allegedly gave away
> on his site. This fact would've never revealed itself if not for the
> untimely and tragic death of Mr. Paulette.
>
> This should eliminate ANY doubt of Larry's sickness and pathological
> lying.
>
> Some of the links above won't take you directly to poolchat since
> Larry has "closed" it to new "members. Since I am an active member,
> here are the copy/pastes of the posts I mentioned above:
> ==========================================================
> "The people I played in world and North American events during this
> period and in competitions at the BCA trade shows were from 1995 to
> 2000 Brian Malloux, Tom Rossman, George Middleditch, Paul Gerni, Mike
> Massey, Eric Paulette, Sang Lee, Jimmy Caras, Brandon Rumiser, Earl
> Stricklin, JoAnn Mason Parker, Steve Allen, Willie Smith, Steve
> Lillis, Charlie Darling, Ken Aylesworth, Steve Geller, Jim Oliver,
> Bogdan Wolkowski of Poland, Yoshi Kimura of Japan, Sebastian Giumelli
> of Argentina. 6 of the above players now hold world titles. 13 of the
> above I have defeated in a competition."
> ============================================================
> This is just the first shipment, there will be others over the next
> few days and they will post as well:
> Shipment made today all via Parcel Post.
> Ned in Calif, your two DVD's
> Laura in DC, your chalk and 3 tips
> David Zoft, your rack and other accessories
> Pat in Chi, your tips.
> Andy in Fenton, Mi was sent his new set of super pro aramith balls
> Jeff M in Michigan you got your 3x6, 3 cues and accessories
> LS IN dc, you got your 24 house cues, your case of quick clean, your
> case of lepros
> Song Joh, Buffalo, NY, you got your stealth with the talisman, and
> your case, plus DVD's.
>
> Pool table for the grand finale ships to Eric Paulette, P>O> Box 4417,
> Waynesville, Missouri, 65583
> ===================================================================
>
> Also, here's some of the google data mentioned above:
>
> http://www.krcg.com/news/news_story.aspx?id=68043
>
> "The Missouri State Highway Patrol says a Waynesville man is dead
> after he ran off the road in Pulaski County late Monday night.
>
> Eric Paulette, 23, was traveling on Route P just west of Waynesville
> when he lost control of his vehicle, ran off the right side of the
> road, struck an embankment and overturned several times.
>
> Paulette was ejected and thrown about 100 feet.
>
> He was pronounced dead at the scene. He was not wearing a seatbelt."
>
> =======================================================================
> Eric Paulette, survived by...both of Gainesville; paternal
> grandparents, Roland and Beverly Rumiser, Gainesville; maternal
> grandparents, Sarah and Larry Grindinger, Lawrenceville; GA...
>
> Here is also Sarah Grindinger commenting on the message board of the
> Rumiser family, Eric Paulette's parents and grandparents (do a google
> search of "sarah grindinger" and you'll see the text and link):
>
> "In those moments, we know you are with us, but it may be a while
> before we can sense your comfort and care. Sarah Grindinger
> (Lawrenceville, GA) ... "

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